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Virtual Programs

  • Dorot, 6/22 - 7/16, free
    • An internship for highly motivated and socially conscious Jewish students who want to make a difference in the community by working with older adults. In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, DOROT will be running their Summer Teen Internship Program remotely this summer. Join by video or telephone platforms from the safety of your own home!
    • Shorefront Y
      • This internship is for Russian-speaking Jewish students
  • Bronfman Rewired, 6/25 - 8/7, $180
    • Introducing Bronfman Rewired - an independent learning module for teens. These virtual modules give teens the opportunity to learn professional, leadership, and Jewish identity building skills from the comfort of home. Modules are released weekly for 6 weeks, and participants will also have access to Summer Excelerator staff for individualized coaching. Learn more and apply on Summer Excelerator's website!
  • JustCity/CityStage, 6/28 - 7/12, $500
    • Explore the intersection of Judaism and justice, earning 1 college credit. As part of the program, you'll let your creative juices flow and produce your own works of art, while building friendships with teens from across the country.
  • JOFA's High School Leadership Development Program, 6/29 - 7/17, $100
    • Explore career opportunities, Jewish skills building, telling your personal story, combatting antisemitism, and advocacy and organizing, all through a fun and feminist lens. Each session will feature a guest speaker, facilitated conversation, and offer time for cohort building, and continued mentoring will be made available to support you as you become a future leader.
  • Genesis, 7/6 - 7/25, $1050
    • Brandeis's precollege program is now offering a three week virtual session. Connect virtually with motivated students from around the globe and learn with professionals in their fields for a life-changing summer of intensive study, informal learning, and a vibrant Jewish community of friends.
  • Hartman Fellowship for Emerging Jewish Thought Leaders: Together@Home, 7/7 - 8/5, free
    • Join this national cohort of exceptional high school students and meet virtually with top Hartman scholars like Tal Becker, Elana Stein Hain, Yehuda Kurtzer, and Mijal Bitton to grapple with the effects of COVID-19 on our collective communities through interactive webinars, study groups, and intimate discussions for a month-long exploration of Jewish peoplehood, at-homeness, and the contemporary challenges facing North American Jewish identity in this moment.
  • Tikvah Online Academy, Session 1: mid-June to mid-July/Session 2: mid-July to early August, $100 per course
    • Tikvah Online Academy is now offering small classes, master teachers, and spirited discussions remotely. Courses cover Jewish culture and civilization, the history and heroes of Israel, the future of American democracy, the fight against anti-Semitism, and the principles of a free economy and free society. Classes are available for those in 7th grade through college.
  • TY-fi, 7/1 - 7/21, $500
    • Tel Yehudah is offering a virtual three week program for teens. They are determined to keep their community together this summer, even while they are far apart. The program will emphasize community, connection, content and (even some) structure.
  • Camp Kesher at Home, 6/15 - 6/26, price varies
    • Camp Kesher is excited to offer a virtual Jewish camp environment with a productive daily structure and fun! They have many options for campers currently in grades 3 through 12. Click the link for additional information about each age group.
  • Gann Summer 2020, 7/6 - 7/31, $1800
    • In response to COVID19-related disruptions to schools, and taking into consideration their core values of care, connect, strive, and create, Gann Academy is extending its unique program to middle and high school students across the country.
  • Hazamir is now offering a variety of virtual programs for the summer, including:
  • B'Emet, 6/30 - 7/16, free
    • Eden Village's newest summer program, B'Emet (in truth), will allow teens to grapple with the shifting food system in their communities and beyond. Through six sessions across three weeks, teens will collaborate on an investigative journalism project to explore what's going on right now within our food system.
  • Global Israel Fellowship, July cohort & August cohort, free
    • The Global Israel Fellowship is a unique, fully-funded opportunity that provides a constructive space for young teen leaders to learn, grapple, explore, and engage with Israel. Apply by June 27 at 9 PM ET.
  • Robert Israel Lappin Jewish Youth Leadership Seminar, 7/13 - 8/17, free
    • Thought-provoking presentations and independent activities will stimulate your mind, nurture your soul and help you on a path of inspirational Jewish leadership.
  • Exploring Jewish Online - Summer 2020, Session 1: 7/6 - 7/13 | Session 2: 7/20 - 7/31, price varies
    • For 5th to 8th graders. Engaging, experiential online Jewish learning experiences with talented and experienced Jewish educators who are eager to explore all things Jewish with you this summer. Offering two 2-week sessions in July with topics like: Exploring 21st century Jewish identity and community; Artists Beit Midrash: Characterizations of God; and The Self-Driving Car: Trials & Tribulations of Talmudic & American Law; Tzedakah: who and what deserves more money?
  • Roots Israel, 7/6 - 7/21, $100
    • A virtual travel adventure in Israel! Enjoy a side of Israel you've never seen with the help of a licensed Tour Guide. Join a "busload" of your friends or students and experiences the thrills of Israel right from your very own home.